A variety of programs and organizations can assist you with credentialing and certification for certain specialties in neuromonitoring, neurodiagnostics, and sleep monitoring
- AACE Electrophysiology Courses
The educational programs provided by the American Academy of Clinical Electrodiagnosis (AACE) foster clinical and professional excellence in clinical electrophysiology (EMG and NCS) as well as a life-long pursuit of continued technical and professional development.
- AAET Nerve Conduction Hands-on Workshops
The Nerve Conduction Association is committed to helping you maintain a high skill level and to better serve patients, while meeting physician, employer and legislative regulatory requirements.
- American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM) for Physicians and Technologists
Check out AANEM’s self-assessment examinations (SAEs) for electrodiagnostic medicine and neuromuscular medicine. These examinations are intended for two purposes:
- Physician study guides that meet maintenance of certification requirements.
- Teaching tools for residency and fellowship programs.
- American Board of Electroneurodiagnostic Medicine
Obtain information about board certification, including key dates, application and examination fees, ADA information, eligibility and application requirements, examination review, example questions, study resources, and more.
- American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET)
ABRET encourages and promotes quality technical and clinical standards world-wide for neurodiagnostic technologists and laboratories through certification and accreditation.
- ASET Workshops
ASET – The Neurodiagnostic Society offers a wide range of educational products covering a diverse array of modalities to help neurodiagnostic technologists prepare for credentialing exams, obtain continuing education credits for recertification, and to build skills. ASET’s on-line courses, live educational events and webinars offer ASET-CEUs.
- Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists
The BRPT is recognized around the world for the highest standards in sleep credentialing, certification and education. CPSGT, RPSGT, and CCSH credentials are available.
- Cadwell Workshops
Throughout the year, Cadwell hosts a variety of workshops tailored toward the use of Cadwell equipment.
- Expert Education (ExEd) Institute
Expert Education Institute develops and implements cutting edge, high quality, research-based education programming and provides resources for physicians and physician extenders in the field of pain science. ExEd is committed to designing superior educational events and experiences by employing outstanding faculty and presenting up-to-date research that can be immediately implemented into clinical practice.
- Labouré College IONM Certificate Program
After completing this program and documentation of 100 cases in an intraoperative setting, students are prepared to take the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists (ABRET) Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (CNIM) exam. The IONM Certificate program at Labouré College provides
high qualityeducation for entry-level neuromonitorists.
- Neurosciences Institute, LLC
A program initially designed for non-neurologist and non-physiatrist M.D./D.O providers but expanded to include D.C., D.P.M. and D.P.T. practitioners, Neurosciences Institute hosts course offerings in chiropractic neurology, electrodiagnostics certifications, vestibular rehabilitation certifications, and a Neurology Board Review Lecture Series.
- Trusted Neurodiagnostics Academy / Larry Head Institute
We know the neurodiagnostics field is constantly changing and we update our courses to keep pace in the fast pace industry. Our courses are all ASET approved and we provide you with the tools necessary to succeed. We provide online office hours to have a question and answer sessions with experts. Our podcasts provides you with a way for passive learning for exams and interesting interviews with the leaders in the neurodiagnostic field.